UW-Green Bay Assistant Scientist Christoper Houghton and various graduate and undergraduate students are currently working on a Sea Grant-funded project on the benthos of lower Green Bay. Photos of their hard word can be found via UWGB professor leads study of bay’s bottom dwellers | Green Bay Press-Gazette Online.
Prof. Michael Draney (Biology) is a contributing author to a recently published article titled, “Revision of the spider genus Epiceraticelus (Araneae, Linyphiidae) with a description of a new species.” The publication can be found here.
More than 8,800 students are now part of the Phoenix Family; Green Bay Campus saw 9.7% growth in one year Green Bay, Wis.—If you get the feeling that there are more Phoenix in the flock this year, you’re right. Unofficial enrollment figures released today show the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has realized its largest headcount […]
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The fourth annual Innovation in Aging (IiA) Student Competition is taking place on March 4, 2020, from 4 to 6 p.m. Please share this information with your students. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend or participate. The purpose of this event is to generate ideas and inventions that can help support those in the community facing challenges […]
Assistant Prof. Mohammad U. Mahfuz (Engineering) has recently been invited to chair the Technical Program Committee (TPC) of the 12th EAI International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies (BICT) together with an international team of experts from Japan, China and the United Kingdom. The BICT will be held on July 7 through 8, 2020, […]
Assistant Prof. Mohammad U. Mahfuz (Engineering) has recently had two peer-reviewed scholarly book chapters published and accepted for publication in the Encyclopedia of Wireless Networks. The titles of the two chapters are “Brownian Motion” and “Internet of Medical Things.” More details about the book can be found here.
The EPA unveiled its newest guidelines to combat lead contamination in drinking water on Thursday in Green Bay. We’ll talk about lead abatement projects in Wisconsin and what needs to be done to reduce lead poisoning, especially in children. See more via UW-Green Bay faculty member John Arendt speaks on how Wisconsin handles lead abatement in […]
The Brown County STEM Innovation Center makes its debut to the public today, Thursday, Oct. 10. Join for an Open House from 6 to 8 p.m. featuring tours, hands-on projects with the Einstein Project, demonstrations from Engineering faculty and more. For a sneak peek, watch Dean John Katers (College of Science Engineering and Technology) lead […]
Manitowoc, Wis.—University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus students and faculty will share their work on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019 as part of 2019 Lakeshore Water Summit: Emerging Trends in Manitowoc County Stream Quality. The Lakeshore Water Institute is a collaboration between the Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. Faculty and students will […]